Well mot is looming fast and past year the handbrake/drums needed persuading alittle to go through.
Now I have a rear disc axle sat there and as I had a week off decided the job was to be done.
Firstly I put the back of the car up
Then started removing the drum. 24mm for any one interested
11mm for the brake pipe and 15mm for the stub axle bolts
I undid the 10mm retaining nuts inside the car and.pulled the cables out still attatched to the shoes.
Then fitted the stub axle
8mm carrier bolts
And finally calliper
After this I had to make some brake pipes and fit them
14mm for hoses, 11mm for unions.
Connected up and bled you get
Ignore the paint, left them around when tractor bits where bbeing sprayed.
The keen eyed readers will notice that the callipers and such are now black and not red. Simply the paint was too thin and I had some black left from a customers s3 rocker and such.
The handbrake cables I have are early ones and thus too long so I am waiting for shorter ones on Monday. Then he should fly through the mot.
I also hoovered him out, was much needed after hay bailing and a tree releasing its leaves through my sunroof.
Until next time, where hipefully its motd and I may have bought some goodies.